What does Brexit mean for social policy in the UK?

17 June 2019
Issue 163 (Summer 2019)

The expected date for Britain to leave the European Union, March 29 2019, has come and gone, but the nature of the UK’s future relationship with the European Union remains uncertain. One thing is clear, however. The eventual outcome of the current deadlock will shape policy options and lived experience in the UK for many years to come. Kitty Stewart, Kerris Cooper and Isabel Shutes present the findings of a recent project mapping out some potential consequences.

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